: The Politics of Scarcity was a series of programs held by UCSF to discuss decisions that must be made in a world of diminishing resources and growing populations. The programs featured changing panels of academics, government officials, and activists in various fields such as policy, environmental studies, law, medicine, and bioethics.Source
: 3 Tapes of 3: 3/4 inch videotapeCollection Guide
: Julius R. Krevans papersCall Number
: MSS 93-20, tape 5, 6, 7 of 10Rights
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